About: Alexis James Brooker
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At Snowflake Software we do things a little differently. We give away free software, we give away information, insight and knowledge that others might reuse or sell. Why do we do this? Snowflake is a COTS software company, right? Our approach to enterprise software is to build trust with our customers, stakeholders and partners
Written on May 6, 2013 at 12:30 pm
Last month I blogged about DGI 2013 and commented on my perception of a lack of aeronautical domain speakers or themes present in the draft agenda. I also made a confident prediction that 2013 was going to be “all about the API”. One out of two isn’t bad…
Written on January 29, 2013 at 9:24 am
This week sees the start of the Open Geospatial Consortium Technical Conference (OGC TC/PC) being held at Esri Redlands, where the various OGC Domain Working Groups, Standards Working Groups and other committees get together once again. Since April last year, Snowflake and the rest of the OWS-9 team members from both Industry and Academia, under OGC supervision, have been hard at work on the OWS-9 project…
Written on January 14, 2013 at 4:20 pm
What can we expect from DGI 2013?
Are there new revelations, epiphanies experienced or radical new problems to discuss? Alex looks ahead to DGI 2013 and what the agenda has in store..
Written on December 12, 2012 at 9:28 am
Rubbish data in, rubbish data out – it is an inescapable fact that you can’t do a great deal with rubbish data, no matter how clever your axioms are. What you can do however, is work out how rubbish and why that is rubbish….you can now use business rules to check that the data content makes sense for your domain and usage.
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